I played music professionally for a while, but it turned something I loved into a job. I almost lost the joy of music. AFter a long rest from music, I started listening again. THen the old urge to create came back again. THese songs are about creating music for no reason other than music is to me one of God's best gifts to man. It doesn't have to make a statement, it doesn't have to make money, it doesn't have to become popular, it just has to move the person creating it, and the person hearing it ALl the music* was created on Music Creator 2003, all the drum tracks* were written and performed on PC Drummer Pro, and the keyboards used were a hammond Organ, a Korg MS-20 mono synth with a master's touch breath controller, and a casio ctk 451 *"How Many of these Things" was recorded in the early eighties with a real drummer, real bass guitar, and a few different keyboards. It was recorded on cassette four track. I added a few old things that were recorded on four track cassette in the early eighties. Improv is just an improvisation I did with a friend who's last name I don't have anymore (His first name was Mohammed). Finale was a soundtrack to a multimedia presentation , and Normal Life Original version was the first version of the song, done on a yamaha electtric piano, no organ, and no melody. I thought it might be interesting to see the evolution of a song.